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  • Seoul's response to ferry sinking assailed; captain apologizes

    Seoul's response to ferry sinking assailed; captain apologizes
    SEOUL – Angry relatives of passengers aboard a sunken South Korean ferry criticized the government’s response Thursday as the ship’s captain made an emotional apology for fleeing the vessel before hundreds of others had a chance to get...
  • Money talks in politics

    On April 2, the Supreme Court took away the power of our votes with its decision to eliminate limits on how much money an individual can donate to political campaigns. The justices claimed it was an issue of free speech. If so, then donations to PACs,...
  • Bus crash: Family and friends hold vigil for Mattison Haywood

    Bus crash: Family and friends hold vigil for Mattison Haywood
    Family, friends and students of Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in South Los Angeles gathered Wednesday night for a candlelight vigil to honor Mattison Haywood, one of the 10 victims of the bus crash in Orland. Haywood, along with...
  • Captain of capsized South Korean ferry faces criminal investigation

    JINDO, South Korea (Reuters) - The captain of the South Korean ferry that capsized off the southwest coast was facing a criminal investigation on Thursday, an official said, amid unconfirmed reports that he was one of the first people to jump to safety as...
  • Margate college students help build Habitat homes

    Students from Florida Career College's Margate Campus recently got down and dirty as they helped build houses for those in need. The school partnered with the West Palm Beach chapter of Habitat for Humanity as a part of a way for students to give back to...
  • Gloucester Sheriff's Office weekly crime log

    In the 6800 block of Waltons Lane A report was received on April 1 of a shoplifting at Wal-Mart in which an employee saw a man conceal a box of non-prescription sleeping pills and pass all points of sale. The items valued at $4 were recovered and...
  • Yorktown's youth football team loses equipment in fire, asks for donations

    Yorktown's youth football team loses equipment in fire, asks for donations
    YORK — The New Yorktown Patriots lost about $10,000 worth of equipment and concession items in a fire Sunday. League volunteers are asking for donations to ensure practice can start on time at the end of July. The team, which is part of the...
  • 'I love you,' student texts mom from sinking South Korea ferry

    SEOUL -- As a ferry carrying 462 people slowly sank off South Korea’s southern coast Wednesday, a high school student sent a heartbreaking cellphone text message. “Mom,” it said, “This might be my last chance to tell you I love...
  • Vigil held for Dorsey High student killed in bus crash

    Vigil held for Dorsey High student killed in bus crash
    Wildflowers bloomed in a tiny garden — some red, purple and pink. Together, Jennifer Bonilla and Hailey Ordonez tended the patch in South Los Angeles, where the high schooler and the preschooler kept the flowers alive. Fourteen years separated the...
  • Easter events across Hampton Roads

    Easter events across Hampton Roads
    Here's list list of Easter events across Hampton Roads: Newport News Audible Easter-Egg Hunt. Saturday, April 12, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Lions Clubs of Region 1 on the Peninsula and other community agencies are sponsoring the 2nd Annual Audible Easter-...
  • Winterfest Boat Parade executive honored

    Winterfest Boat Parade executive honored
    Lisa Scott-Founds, the chief executive leading the annual Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade, is being honored Thursday for contributing to the growth and development of Riverwalk Park and downtown Fort Lauderdale. The recognition is being...